1. What were the three types of animals used for the burnt offerings?


  1. What ingredient was not to be included in the grain offering?
  2. What ingredient must be included in all grain offerings?


  1. a. What 2 animals could be used for the peace offering? b. What had to be the condition of these animals?


  1. a. For the priests sin offering, where was the blood sprinkled? b. Where was the offering burnt?
  2. a. If the whole assembly of Israel sinned, where was the blood from their offering sprinkled? b. Where was the offering burnt?
  3. a. If a ruler or leader sinned, what animal was used for the sacrifice? b. Where was the blood placed? c. Where was the offering burnt?
  4. a. If a common person sinned, what animal was used for the offering? b. Where was the blood placed? c. Where was the offering burnt?


  1. What should a person do if he is a witness to someone's oath?
  2. If a person sinned unintentionally in regard to the holy things of the Lord, what was he required to do?
  3. a. If a person sins out of ignorance, is he still guilty of the sin? b. What must he do when he knows? c. Why would the man be guilty?


  1. a. What was a person to do who was guilty of stealing or concealing someone else's property? b. Why was 1/5 added?


  1. Could leavened bread be used for the offering of Thanksgiving?
  2. How long could a voluntary sacrifice be kept before it had to be disposed?


  1. What did Moses do in this chapter as instructed by the Lord?
  2. What did Aaron and his sons do with some of the flesh of the wave offering?
  3. How long did the consecration period last?


  1. On what day did Moses tell Aaron and the elders to bring their sin offerings and other burnt offerings to the tabernacle?


  1. a. What did Nadad and Abihu do at the altar in the presence of God? b. What happened to them? c. What did this show that God expects of us?
  2. a. Of what did God tell Aaron and his sons not to partake? b. Why were they not to partake of this?


  1. What type of animals could the children of Israel eat?
  2. What type of water creatures could the children of Israel eat?
  3. In general, what type of birds were not allowed to be eaten?
  4. What did the people have to do if they touched any unclean animal or the carcass of any unclean thing?
  5. If an unclean thing fell into an earthen vessel, what had to be done to the vessel?


  1. a. How long would a woman be unclean after having a son? b. What was done to the son on the 8th day after he was born? c. What was the length of the mother's purification period?
  2. a. If a woman had a daughter, how long would she be unclean? b. What was the length of the mother's purification after having a daughter? c. Why do you think there was so much difference in the purification between a daughter and a son?


  1. What was the purpose of isolating someone who was unclean with a leprous type skin disease?
  2. Who told the priest exactly what to look for in determining whether someone was clean or unclean?


  1. What did someone with the leprous disease usually have to do to clean himself?
  2. What was the length of time one had to wait to be checked for cleanness?
  3. If a house had a mildew inside of it, what was first done to make it clean?
  4. If a house could not be cleaned, what would be done with it?


  1. a. For people who had a discharge, how long would they be unclean? b. What would they have to do to be ceremonially clean?
  2. Could a man touch a woman who was in her monthly impurity?


  1. a. What was the Day of Atonement for the people of Israel? b. How often was this done? c. What was the major difference between this offering and other offerings?
  2. Who do the two goats represent?


  1. a. What did God tell the people of Israel not to ever eat? b. Why?


  1. Who were the children of Israel never to lie with?
  2. How does God feel about a man lying with another man as with a woman?
  3. What did God say the land would do to Israel if they defile it by their actions?


  1. What did God not want the people of Israel to make for themselves?
  2. What did God want the people to leave in the fields at harvest time?
  3. What did God mean by not cursing the deaf or putting a stumbling block before the blind?
  4. How were the people of Israel to treat strangers?


  1. What was the punishment for someone who cursed his father or mother?
  2. What was the punishment for a medium?


  1. What type of woman was a priest to marry?
  2. What type of person could not approach the veil or the altar?


  1. Could Aaron and his sons eat anything that died of natural causes?
  2. What type of offering was not accepted by God?
  3. What could not be sacrificed together on the same day?


  1. What was the Sabbath?
  2. What was the Feast of the First Fruits?
  3. How many Sabbaths later after the Feast of the First Fruits would the people of Israel have the Feast of Weeks?
  4. What was the Feast of Trumpets?
  5. What three events did the people of Israel hold in the 7th month?
  6. What was the Feast of Tabernacles?


  1. How long were the lamps outside the veil to burn?
  2. What was the punishment for someone blaspheming God?


  1. How many years did the people sow the land and then let it rest?
  2. What is the Year of Jubilee?
  3. Why did the people not need to worry about not sowing seed in the Sabbath year?
  4. What was not ever required from a brother who was lent anything?


  1. If the people obeyed God, what would they receive?
  2. If the people disobeyed God, what would happen to them?
  3. Would God always warn them when they were disobeying?


  1. What type of vow or oath required the people to pay a valuation to the priest?
  2. What was the amount a person was required to pay back for redeeming his property?